The purpose of the federally funded Title I program is to help disadvantaged students meet the same high academic standards expected of all children. The most recent reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) is the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. This education bill was enacted on January 8, 2002 and has established several national mandates as well as a much stronger level of accountability for the progress of all students, especially disadvantaged students. Title I includes Part A: Improving Basic Programs; Part B-1: Reading First; Part B-2: Early Reading First; Part B-3: Even Start Family Literacy; Part C: Education of Migratory Children; Part D: Neglected or Delinquent Children and Youth; and Part F: Comprehensive School Reform (CSR). The Oregon Department of Education, Office of Educational Improvement and Innovation carries out administration of Title IA, IB, IC, ID, IF (Comprehensive School Reform), Title IIA, IID, Title III: Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient and Immigrant Students, Title V: Parent Choice and Innovative Programs, Title VI: Flexibility and Accountability and Title X McKinney-Vento Act for Education of Homeless Children and Youth. The Office of Student Learning and Partnerships carries out administration of Title IV (Safe and Drug Free Schools). Sections in this handbook include: (1) Contacts; (2) About This Handbook; (3) Introduction to Title I; (4) Title IA Coordinator Support; (5) Fiscal Requirements; (6) Distribution of Title IA Funds; (7) Program Design; (8) Diverse Student Populations; (9) Parent Involvement; (10) Private Schools; (11) Professional Development; (12) Highly Qualified Staff; (13) Accountability and School Improvement; and (14) Title IA Program Review.